KMI has leverage over the marketplace with their widely sourced network of connections & partners in the industry of petrochemical engineering and plastic manufacturing. We offer various compounding solutions as well as provide thousands of raw materials along with their variations, if desired. Our diversification in the plastics industry is due to our long-time commitment and sound business partnerships as well as loyal customers, that are growing daily. KMI has created it's own proprietary line of high-grade & premium resin currently used in high-tensile strength and durable seating as well as furnishings.
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This process uses high temperatures and rotational movement to coat the inside of the mold and form the part. The constant rotation of the mold creates centrifugal force forming even-walled products. Because it is ideally suited to large hollow containers, such as tanks, it is not a fast moving process. However, it is a very economical process for particular applications and can be cheaper than other types of molding. Very little material is wasted using this process, and excess material can often be re-used, making it an economical and environmentally viable manufacturing process.
The process follows the basic steps found in glass blowing. A parison (heated plastic mass, generally a tube) is inflated by air. The air pushes the plastic against the mold to form the desired shape. Once cooled, the plastic is ejected.
The blow molding process is designed to manufacture high volume, one-piece hollow objects. If you need to make lots of bottles, this is the process for you. Blow molding creates very uniform, thin walled containers. And, it can do so very economically.
THIS IS ABSOLUTELY ONE OF THE MOST WIDELY RECOGNIZED, UTILIZED AND VERSATILE METHODS OF MOLDING PLASTIC RAW MATERIALS FOR THE USE OF WIDESPREAD APPLICATIONS AND PRODUCTS WE USE EVERYDAY. THE RAW MATERIALS ARE USUALLY INJECTED INTO THE CUSTOM CAST OF THE SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZED PRODUCT FOR AN EXTREMELY EFFICIENT TURNOVER RATE AND PRODUCTION OF MANY UNITS AT A GIVEN TIME. CAR PARTS CAN EVEN BE INJECTION MOLDED ON LARGER MACHINERY. THE RATINGS THAT ARE GIVEN FROM THIS PROCESS ARE A RESULT OF PRESSURE AND TONNAGE OF THE FINAL PRODUCT TO DETERMINE THE STRENGTH OF THE RAW MATERIALS WHICH IT IS COMPRISED AND ENGINEERED FROM.
The process itself is fairly straightforward; however, there are many enhancements and customization techniques that can be used to produce the desired finish and structure. Injection molds, which are usually made from steel, contain cavities that will form the parts. Melted plastic is injected into the mold, filling the cavities. The mold is cooled, and the parts are ejected by pins. This process is similar to a jello mold which is filled then cooled to create the final product.